The Helen Fisher personality test offers intel into compatibility

Thumbnail for If you like Myers-Briggs, you’ll love the personality attraction quiz 14 million people have already taken
Do you ever wonder why opposites sometimes attract? And how other times it’s the similarities people share that lead them to together romantically? Biological anthropologist, sex researcher, and chief scientific advisor to Match.com Helen Fisher, PhD, has a theory about this descrepancy in attraction, specifically why some people prefer to find balance with...

Video Assistance in Judging Olympic Weightlifting Competition

Video Assistance in Judging Olympic Weightlifting Competition
Over two consecutive weekends in May I was able to officiate at both the American and Canadian national weightlifting championships. Now that I have returned home and the dust has settled it is time to go over the impressions gained.   First came the US Nationals. These were held in Memphis, Tennessee on...

Trouble reading? Try these workarounds – Harvard Health Blog

One person able to enjoy reading more than another
Once you learn how to read, it’s easy to take the skill for granted. Like breathing or walking, we don’t give the ability much thought unless it begins to deteriorate. But trouble reading can develop at any age for a variety of reasons, including difficulty concentrating, mild cognitive impairment, and physical changes. Mental roadblocks...

034: Understanding Pain with P. Brendon Lundberg

034 understanding pain with p brendon lundberg
Hi friends! I’m thrilled to welcome P. Bredon Lundberg to the show today to talk about something extremely prevalent and sometimes misunderstood: pain.  How big is the chronic pain problem? What’s the difference between acute and chronic pain? Doesn’t pain mean something is wrong? And the brain’s incredible ability to change its perception of pain in the body. Here’s...